Cupping Room Coffee Roasters is opening its first outlet in Singapore at Ngee Ann City.
One of the most established independent coffee shops in Hong Kong, Cupping Room Coffee Roasters is opened by the champion of the Hong Kong Barista Championship 2013.
It’s small, it’s pretty and it’s mouth-wateringly delicious; it’s a cupcake. Found on dessert tables, at weddings and they’re probably in your friends’ refrigerators, these sweet little morsels have crept their way into many Singaporeans’ hearts.
Varieties of cupcakes are aplenty – from the classics such as Chocolate and Red Velvet to local delights such as Gula Melaka, there’s a cupcake for everyone. With our comprehensive list on the best cupcakes in Singapore, you’ll be bound to discover your favourite!
The Circuit Breaker has turned many of us into bakers; the shelves at the baking section in supermarkets are completely barren and everyone has been posting their freshly-baked creations on their respective social media platforms.
If you want to hop onto the baking bandwagon but don’t know the difference between all-purpose flour and self-raising flour, don’t give up! Start with our 3-ingredient peanut butter cookie recipe to give yourself the motivation to try bigger projects in the future. The Circuit Breaker period is the best time to pick up a new skill, and this could be it.
All you need for this simple recipe is peanut butter, sugar, an egg and a little bit of patience.
Whether you like the flaky puff pastry egg tart or the butter cookie egg tart, freshly-baked egg tarts are instant gratification.
From the famous Tong Heng’s iconic diamond-shaped egg tart, to Honolulu Cafe’s flaky egg tart, we are lucky that there are plenty of places that offer really good egg tarts in Singapore.
Here is our guide to the best egg tarts you can find in Singapore.
If you’ve not been able to get your hands on whipped cream or unsalted butter, today may just be that day that happens. Here are 8 online baking supplies stores in Singapore where you get can your baking supplies from!
IKEA Singapore will be launching a new vegetarian version of its famous Swedish meatballs in Singapore from 12 Oct 2020.
Another casualty of Covid-19, the famous Artbox Night Market in Bangkok is now permanently closed.
Is it just us or does the break between lunch and dinner always feel incredibly long? By 4pm, most of us would be itching for some munchies. Whether it’s a Kit Kat bar or a bag of Ruffles, snacks are a real lifesaver during the afternoon slump.
Most of us gravitate to the same few snacks in the supermarket. But in the vast ocean of tidbits laid out on in the aisles lie hidden gems that you may not have tried before. Well, that’s why we’re here.
We’ve rounded up 10 supermarket snacks in Singapore you’ve been missing out on. Ranging from wafer sticks to mochi, there’s something for everybody!